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Sep 8, 2010 5:00pm PDT
devices. the district attorney souse is not opposed to reproduce they'll sing they cannot provide the judge with any facts to support a higher bail. it that means he could soon return dp home. in vallejo kron 4 news. >> we're learning more tonight about the other part of this case which involves the deaths of at least four people. the chp now says 26 year-old cindy trans picture you see here, was strangled to death by her boyfriend if the suspect during a high-speed chase. as kron 4 kate thompson explains the phone records prove she was alive at the beginning of a high-speed pursuit. with one tire blowout driving nearly 100 mi. an hour flying down the highway, tried to escape multiple please pursuits. the california highway patrol said 38 year-old efren valdemoro strangled his girlfriend's 46 year-old cindy strand to death. police say cindy's book tour boss on the phone around 8:00 p.m. when a high-speed chase just began. they believe she was killed just minutes later. >> received a phone call from our boss checking on her welfare and at the same time is when the beginning of the
Sep 25, 2010 5:30am EDT
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Sep 6, 2010 11:00pm PDT
was able to write a program for souse that they could be scanned and then literally digitally stitched together so that we could on a computer screen move into that x-ray and so close that we could actually see the weave of the canvass. that allowed us to see detail that we could never see before. it allowed for tonal consistency in the x-ray that allowed us to see many changes that were there from 1990 all the way to 1917 d en many images that we knew of before. for example, there's a tantalizing black-and-white photograph from 1913. matisse actually hired a photograph to photograph a moment of transition of bathers using the conservator's cross section that they did. new cross section based on more precise information from that x-ray to very specific places on the painting they were able to then use the new color information we got from new cross sections to do things like recolorize a black-and-white photograph if 1913 sand reimagine this radical change in the painting. so it was a beautiful collaboration between curators and conservators and scientists and technician and new techno
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Sep 12, 2010 10:00am EDT
associated with the ship to consider but at least then they say she will still be of souse. >> i'd much rather see her reefed. i believe she can embark on a second lifetime as a tourist attraction under the water. >> as it stands rightnow, eric, the u.s. navy has no plans to step in and save the olympia, because as soon as theyed donated the ship, they say they were no longer financiallyri responsible. >> eric: i hope they can fix it. quite a piece of american history. >> it is. >> jamie: well, people preparing toarch down e street i washington this hour, protesting what they ll a hot button issue heading to the november mid-term election. and christine o'donnell, a tea party candidate who has made atate in thehe primary elecon, got an interesting endorsement, too. could the tea party have a big role in the mid-terms? we're going to take a fair and banced look next. ♪ one, two, three, four ♪ ♪ you say ♪ flip it over and replay ♪ we'll make everything okay ♪ walk together the right way ♪ do, do, do, do you don't love me anymore do you billy? what? i didn't buy ts cereal to
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